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Men’s table tennis will face China at the Busan World Championships

Men’s table tennis will face China if it reaches the semifinals at the Busan World Championships

The Korean men’s table tennis team will compete with the world’s strongest team, China, to advance to the finals at the BNK Busan Bank 2024 Busan World Table Tennis Championships.

The tournament organizing committee announced the results of the men’s tournament draw on the 21st.

Korea (3rd) will first face the winner of India (16th) and Kazakhstan (29th) in the round of 16.

The team that ranked first in each group in the group stage advance directly to the round of 16, and the teams that placed 2nd and 3rd must go through the round of 24 tournament to advance to the round of 16.

Korea qualified as first place in group 3 and advanced to the round of 16. occupied. 온라인카지노

The Korean national team defeated India, their likely opponent in the round of 16, with a match score of 3-0 in the group stage.

If the men’s national team defeats India once again and advances to the quarterfinals, it will face one of Slovenia (12th), Denmark (19th), or Hungary (30th).

In the semifinals, they will meet the world’s strongest team, China (No. 1).

China boasts a stellar lineup of players, including world ranked 1st to 5th place Fan Zhendong, Wang Chuqin, Ma Rong, Liang Jingkun, and Lin Gaoyuan.

Jang Woo-jin (14th), Lim Jong-hoon (18th, Korea Exchange), ‘veteran’ Lee Sang-soo (27th, Samsung Life Insurance), Ahn Jae-hyun (34th, Korea Exchange), and ‘promising star’ Park Gyu-hyun (179th, Mirae Asset Securities).

Korea, which has formed a team, is inferior to China in terms of objective power.

Coach Joo Se-hyuk of the men’s national team said, “It’s unfortunate that we’re meeting China earlier than expected, but they’re an opponent we have to fight with at least once anyway.

We’ll do our best at home,” and added, “As this is a tournament where once we lose, it’s over, we’ll play with the determination that every game will be the final.” He said.

Meanwhile, the women’s national team led by coach Oh Gwang-heon received a tough match, meeting China in the quarterfinals as a result of the tournament draw held the previous day.

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